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Messiah - Solito (Lonely) [feat. Nicky Jam & Akon]
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Solito (Lonely) [feat. Nicky Jam & Akon]
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Juan Salinas, Writer - Oscar Salinas, Writer - Akon, FeaturedArtist - Nicky Jam, FeaturedArtist - Messiah, MainArtist - David Macias, Writer - Benito Emmanuel Garcia, Writer - Reggi El Autentico, Writer - Nicky Rivera Caminero, Writer
© 2019 Latium, LLC / Atlantic Recording Corporation for the United States and Latium, LLC / WEA International for the world. A Warner Music Group Company. ℗ 2019 Latium, LLC / Atlantic Recording Corporation for the United States and Latium, LLC / WEA International for the world. A Warner Music Group Company
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© 2019 Latium, LLC / Atlantic Recording Corporation for the United States and Latium, LLC / WEA International for the world. A Warner Music Group Company. ℗ 2019 Latium, LLC / Atlantic Recording Corporation for the United States and Latium, LLC / WEA International for the world. A Warner Music Group Company.Improve this page
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